Homestead Protection Error – An Open Letter to Governor Charlie Baker

Homestead Protection Error – An Open Letter to Governor Charlie Baker

September 7, 2021 VIA EMAIL COMMUNICATION The Honorable Charlie Baker Governor of Massachusetts Massachusetts State House Office of the Governor 24 Beacon Street, Rm. 280 Boston, MA 02133 RE: HOMEOWNER’S PLEA TO CORRECT EVIDENCED HOMESTEAD PROTECTION ERRORS Dear Governor Baker: My name is Mohan A. Harihar – I was born and raised in the Commonwealth […]

Attorney General Finds Methuen City Council Subcommittee Violated the Open Meeting Law ~ Will Take No Action

Attorney General Finds Methuen City Council Subcommittee Violated the Open Meeting Law ~ Will Take No Action

Aug. 17, 2021 The Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office has ruled that a Subcommittee of the Methuen City Council has violated the open meeting law. In a letter sent to councilors, the AG’s office said that they will impose no penalty on the council members involved because Councilor DiZoglio – the head of the IT (internet and […]

Community Unites to Celebrate Tita Antonopoulos Clean Bill of Health After Battling Breast Cancer

Community Unites to Celebrate Tita Antonopoulos Clean Bill of Health After Battling Breast Cancer

By: Kane, Valley Patriot Mascot – June,  2021 Battle Grounds Coffee Company in Haverhill was a buzz on Saturday, May15th in anticipation of their honored guest Angela Tita Antonopoulos who everyone knows as Tita. Friends, Family, and patrons of Battle Grounds Coffee Company gathered in this Haverhill Hotspot to surprise their friend Tita to celebrate […]

Warren Urges CFTC to Investigate Google for Manipulation of Online Advertising Market

Warren Urges CFTC to Investigate Google for Manipulation of Online Advertising Market

“Today, the advertising market is functionally unregulated. It is a market worth hundreds of billions of dollars per year, and it is the main revenue driver for some of the country’s largest companies.” “Given the power of a company like Google to unilaterally manipulate the online advertising market, it is critical that the CFTC ensures […]

KANE’S CORNER: Battle Grounds Coffee Company – Heroes Here to Serve

KANE’S CORNER: Battle Grounds Coffee Company – Heroes Here to Serve

By Kane – May, 2021 Dana and Salvatore DeFranco, founder and owners of the Battle Grounds Coffee Company are no strangers to hard work and fostering a sense of community. While completing college, The DeFrancos hatched a shared vision and weaved a coffee shop into the fabric of the Haverhill community where patrons gather on […]

Helping Our Community With Pawsitive Programming ~ Clear Path for Veterans New England

Helping Our Community With Pawsitive Programming ~ Clear Path for Veterans New England

Clear Path New England’s (CPNE) Canine Programming consists of service dog training, obedience training, community fosters, and puppy development. At CPNE we continue to provide Service dogs to Veterans and service members that have been diagnosed with PTSD, TBI, and/or MST. These highly trained and certified dogs make a tremendous difference in a veteran’s life. […]

Merrimack Valley Hospice Provides 100-Year-Old Patient with Tablet to Ease Isolation

Merrimack Valley Hospice Provides 100-Year-Old Patient with Tablet to Ease Isolation

Oct. 2020 LAWRENCE – While the physical effects of COVID-19 have been widely documented, 100-year-old Rita Ducheneau has struggled with isolation at Marguerite’s House Assisted Living on the Mary Immaculate Health/Care Services campus in Lawrence. To ease her patient’s loneliness, Merrimack Valley Hospice Case Manager Meredith McNeilly, RN, BSN recently presented a tablet to Ducheneau […]

The Red-Pilling of America ~ BENEATH THE SURFACE with PAUL MURANO

The Red-Pilling of America ~ BENEATH THE SURFACE with PAUL MURANO

By: Paul Murano – Aug. 2020 Like most people, I have a tendency to trust the establishment – of any profession. It is natural to trust. We humans begin life as babies totally trusting our parents. That trust is then extended to other family members, doctors, teachers, law enforcement and the like. It’s usually not […]

Why Not Just Let Them All Die? ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (July, 2019)

Why Not Just Let Them All Die? ~ VALLEY PATRIOT EDITORIAL (July, 2019)

July, 2019 In the process of posting breaking news on The Valley Patriot Facebook and Twitter pages we often encounter reader comments that evoke serious emotion, discussion, and debate. Earlier this month, we posted a story of the Lawrence Fire Dept. searching for a reported overdose victim off Manchester Street. First responders searched for the […]